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Create #Java project with #Maven Example | Examples #Java Code Geeks
In this tutorial, we will show you an easy way to create a single Java project, using Apache Maven. Also, we will transform our project, in order to be recognizable and supported by the Eclipse IDE. Finally, we will conclude the tutorial, by presenting how we can package our Java project into an executable “.jar” …
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#JavaEE 7 with #GlassFish on #Eclipse Juno
Java EE 7 is hot. The first four JSRs passed the final approval ballot recently and GlassFish 4 reached promoted build 83 in the meantime. If you are following my blog you know, that I do most of my work with NetBeans. But I indeed recognize, that there are other IDE users out there which also …
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In this example we will learn how to use XPath in Selenium. We will start with the introduction of Selenium and XPath – what it is and how to use it, then we will see the working model of how to use XPath in Selenium tests. Tools and technologies used in this example are Java …
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In this blog post, I examine Agile team member roles and explain what I see as behaviors, or “anti-patterns,” that are detrimental to the Agile process. It is my goal to avoid a negative tone and, instead, emphasize that these are behaviors that can be changed for the better of the team. However, we can …
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If you think web #development is awesome, shoot us an email at support@webcodegeeks.com , we are hiring authors!
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Strategy Design Pattern
After getting introduced to Design Patterns we have so far examined the following patterns: Adapter Pattern Facade pattern Composite Pattern Bridge Pattern Singleton Pattern Observer Pattern Proxy Pattern Chain of Responsibility Pattern Flyweight Pattern Builder Pattern Facto...
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#JAX-RS Download File | Examples #Java Code Geeks
In this example we are going to see how you can download a file from a JAX-RS REST Service. It’s significantly easy to do that, as it requires to annotate the bind method with the @Produces annotation. The @Produces annotation can used to used to specify the MIME media types a service can produce and …
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I’ve been talking with clients recently about their managers’ and HR’s transition to agile. I hear this common question: “How do we manage performance of the people on our agile teams?”                 Reframe “manage performance” to “career development.” People on agile teams don’t need a manager to manage …
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Deploying #Code Fast? Here’s How to Tell If You Broke Something - #devops #continuous delivery http://buff.ly/1aPF88o
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10 Awesome Programming Jokes of all time
Whats the difference (similarity) between drug dealers and Software developers? Drug dealers: Refer to their clients as “users”. “The first one’s free!” Have important South-East Asian connections (to help move the stuff). Strange jargon: “Stick”, “Rock”, “Dime bag,” “E”. Realize that there’s tons of cash in the 14- to 25-year-old market. Job is assisted by …
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In this post, let’s look at the HTTP request to resource method matching in JAX-RS. It is one of the most fundamental features of JAX-RS. Generally, the developers using the JAX-RS API are not exposed to (or do not really need to know) the nitty gritty of the matching process, rest assured that the JAX-RS …
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